Doctoral Candidate, Hispanic and Portuguese Studies
PPEH Graduate Fellow 2018-2019
2018 - 2019
Dana Khromov is a third-year PhD student in Hispanic Studies, focusing on contemporary Latin American and Brazilian literature and film. Her research centers on how the body conceived of as a conduit for knowledge that resists prefigured meaning challenges the nature/culture binary and gestures toward a non-anthropocentric turn in the humanities. Read "Reframing Humans, Animals and Land in Contemporary Brazilian and Argentinian Cinema" here.